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Stuller to Sit Out JCK Las Vegas Due to COVID-19 Concerns

But Stuller’s president said the company will be ready for the holidays.

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Stuller announced that it will not attend JCK Las Vegas this year.

The company cited pandemic concerns for its decision.

Stuller President Danny Clark wrote in a letter on the company’s website.

“Stuller has been a long-term attendee and supporter of JCK, and we are disappointed that we will not be there to see you this year,” he stated. “With the recent resurgence of the Covid-19 Delta variant and its concerning spread rate in the state of Louisiana and beyond, we believe that we should limit the risk of exposure for both our associates and our customers at this time.”

Still, he noted that Stuller will be ready for the holiday selling season.

“In July and August, we have released two new catalogs — Bridal and Findings — with hundreds of new styles, and we have made numerous enhancements to Stuller.com and its search capabilities to make it easier than ever to find the products you need,” Clark wrote. “We have added additional staff to all service areas earlier than ever to meet your demands in manufacturing, customer care, and distribution.”

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James Ritchie is the online content editor for SmartWork Media.

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